: Education at Harvard and recollections of George Santayana, Josiah Royce and Charles T. Copeland; teaching career at University of California, Berkeley, from 1920, and administrative duties on library and budget committees, on President's advisory committee and as chairman of the English Department; the beginnings of the Department of Dramatic Art; the loyalty oath controversy; Judith Anderson and interest in theater; Berkeley social life, with comments on Marion R. Parsons, Bertha Pope Damon, Elizabeth W. Ellis and others; friendships with James D. Phelan, Noël Sullivan, Charles E.S. Wood, Sara Bard Field, Robinson Jeffers and others.Collection Guide
: The Regional Oral History Office, 1954-1979Call Number
: Phonotape 269 B Rights
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